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Audi 'Green Police' Superbowl Commercial Debuts Early

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Audi has jumped the gun early on their ‘eco-themed’ Super Bowl commercial by releasing it onto the web a full 24 hours before the big game. As we dropped earlier, the advertising campaign features an enforcement agency called the “Green Police”; who, naturally, patrol the streets looking for environmental crimes like drinking bottled water and/or failure to compost.

The point of the commercial is to advertise Audi’s A3 TDI (Green Car Journal’s “Green Car of the Year” winner) which runs on clean diesel and achieves 42 mpg on the highway.

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